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Welcome to www.saskndp.ca, the website and online service of The Saskatchewan New Democrats . The Saskatchewan New Democrats knows that you care how information about you is used and shared.
Saskatchewan New Democratic Party Privacy and Confidentiality Policy
Version 1.0 - Effective March 23, 2018
The Saskatchewan New Democratic Party (“Saskatchewan’s NDP”) is committed to respecting and
protecting all personal information entrusted to the Party. The protection and security of individual’s
privacy is a value taken very seriously by the Party.
concerning the protection of personal information collected, used and disclosed by Saskatchewan’s NDP.
Our policy is in compliance with Canadian Standards Association privacy principles, as well as our
responsibilities and obligations under the Elections Act, 1996.
2. Collecting Personal Information
“Personal information” is information about an identifiable individual. It includes information such as your
name, email address, address, telephone number, date of birth, and financial information.
Elections Saskatchewan provides registered political parties with voter data, which includes names,
addresses and other personal information. Saskatchewan’s NDP may use voter data solely for electoral
purposes that are directly associated with electing representatives to the Saskatchewan Legislative
Assembly (the “Primary Purposes”), including:
- Communicating with voters, including for soliciting contributions; and
- Recruiting party members.
Personal information which is not voter data may be collected and used for other purposes as may be
identified at the time of collection, as well as secondary purposes that are consistent with the primary
purpose of collection and as permitted under this Privacy and Confidentiality Policy.
We collect the personal information that you choose to provide to us when you become a contributor, a
member, when you voluntarily subscribe to our communications, when you register for an event or sign
a petition either in person or online, or when you complete any of the forms on saskndp.ca.
Voter data is subject to collection, use and disclosure under the terms of the Elections Act, 1996, and is
not subject to an opt-out process.
If you submit your email address and/or personal information through saskndp.ca or otherwise provide
your personal information to Saskatchewan’s NDP directly, we assume that we have your implied consent
to our collection and use of personal information for the purposes of that matter.
You may revoke your consent to our collection, use and disclosure of your personal information, subject
to legal restrictions and upon reasonable written notice. Your withdrawal of consent to the collection, use
and disclosure of your personal information may impact the ability of Saskatchewan’s NDP ability to
communicate with you.
4. Using Personal Information
We use your personal information to communicate with you about Saskatchewan’s NDP, to provide you
with news and information about the NDP and our activities, and to contact you about your past and
future contributions and membership.
We may share your information internally within our provincial organization, including constituency
associations and committees.
We use your financial information to process your contributions. We are also required by the Elections
Act, 1996 to provide Elections Saskatchewan with information related to the contributions you make to
In general, Saskatchewan’s NDP does not disclose your personal information to third parties without your
consent. Saskatchewan’s NDP may disclose your personal information:
(b) To a government institution, based on reasonable grounds to believe that the government
institution has lawful authority to obtain the information;
(c) To comply with a subpoena, warrant, order or law compelling the disclosure of the information;
6. Protecting Your Personal Information
Your privacy is very important to us. We protect your personal information by employing rigorous security
systems and strict access controls in order to safeguard your personal information from unauthorized
access, disclosure, alteration, or misuse. Our protection of personal information includes security
measures, including the secure storage of physical files; firewalls and encryption technology for personal
information stored on our computer systems; and training and/or signed agreements for employees and
other persons who may use personal information in accordance with this Privacy and Confidentiality
We may engage third parties to provide us with services from time-to-time, such as hosting servers and
websites, processing online contributions, or providing technical or communications services. When
information is shared with third parties for these purposes, we ensure that your personal information is
rigorously protected by including privacy safeguards in all our contracts, including stringent confidentiality
and non-disclosure provisions.
7. Visiting saskndp.ca
When visiting the saskndp.ca website, your privacy is respected and protected.
Any information collected while you are visiting the saskndp.ca website, such as server log data, is
managed in accordance with this Privacy and Confidentiality Policy and is protected by applicable law.
Server logs include statistical information, such as visitors' IP addresses, time and duration of visits, and
pages visited. These statistics may be used to improve your experience on the website.
files maintained by your browser in order to remember user settings as you navigate the site. You can
Other sites to which we provide links may be governed by different policies. Saskatchewan’s NDP does
not assume responsibility for the information practices of these other sites, and we strongly encourage
all our visitors to review the privacy policies and statements of all externally-linked sites.
8. Updating your Personal Information
Saskatchewan’s NDP wants to ensure that personal information under its custody or control is as accurate
and current as is reasonably possible. To update or correct the personal information you provide to us,
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saskatchewan’s NDP reserves the right to modify this Privacy and Confidentiality Policy at any time. Any
modification will be posted on the saskndp.ca website, and made available in other formats upon request.
10. Contacting Us
Saskatchewan’s NDP is accountable for all personal information under its custody and control. Questions
or concerns about our Privacy and Confidentiality Policy or the information we collect may be directed to
You can also contact us by phone at 844.525.1322 or 306.525.1322 or by postal mail at the address below:
NDP Provincial Office
1122 Saskatchewan Drive
Regina SK S4P 0C4
If you no longer wish to be contacted by us or wish to be placed on our internal Do-Not-Call list, please let
us know by emailing email@example.com. You may also unsubscribe from our communications by using the
unsubscribe mechanisms contained in all of our electronic messages.
Saskatchewan NDP Monthly Giving Program
Make donating to the Saskatchewan NDP easier by joining Team Orange our monthly giving program. Sign up to join Team Orange and we will automatically debit your credit card or chequing account each month.
Our Team Orange donors help fund our organizing work across the province and allow us to communicate our message to voters. Becoming a monthly donor helps ensure we are able to undertake the important work building a party that is ready to win the next election.
Your monthly donation qualifies for the provincial tax credit of up to 75% of your contribution.
A monthly donation of $100 pays to mail 1,200 letters to voters and you get a tax credit of $625.
A monthly donation of $50 pays for up to 1,000 phone calls to voters and you get you a tax credit of $400.
A monthly donation of $25 pays for 1,500 leaflets and you get you a tax credit of $225.
A monthly donation of $10 pays for 150 buttons and you get a tax credit of $90.
If you prefer to sign up by phone you can call 306-525-1322
- Petition to restore funding to post-secondary institutions
- Petition to Stop the cuts to our Libraries
- Petition to Bring back the STC
- Petition to Stop the Sask. Party Sell-off of our Crown Corporations
- Petition to Get Big Money out of Politics in Saskatchewan
- Reinstate the funding for Spiritual Care Service
- Petition to stop Unfair tax hikes
Saskatchewan's New Democrats are looking to the future, reaching out to people across the province and listening to your concerns, ideas and dreams as we shape a fresh vision of a fairer, greener, more prosperous Saskatchewan.
- We value fairness and extending opportunity and prosperity broadly, we want to reduce inequality, and we believe in encouraging aspiration and giving everyone a chance to get ahead and achieve their full potential. We want to create a province where, if you work hard and play by the rules, you can get ahead and, if you face barriers and challenges, we work together to help you succeed.
- We value a healthy society, and we recognize the importance of a variety of factors (including education, employment, income, housing, the broader environment and social supports) in creating healthier communities that benefit all of us.
- We value a strong and vibrant economy, with an innovative and dynamic business sector – including private, public and co‐operative businesses – and a well-trained, hard-working labour force that is protected and treated with respect and dignity.
- We value a smart-growth approach, which includes using today's prosperity to save for the long-term, to build important infrastructure, and to diversify our economy so we can end the boom-and-bust cycle.
- We value sustainability and want to leave the world to our children and grandchildren better than we received it, with our shared environment kept safe and our common wealth more abundant.
- We value community and believe that we can achieve more when we work together. We believe the rights we enjoy should serve as a reminder of the responsibilities that we owe. And we value the importance of the things that make life good, including the arts, culture, sport, and time with family and friends.
- We value democracy and believe that everyone should have the ability to shape their own life and the life of their community, that those who are most affected by a decision should have the greatest input into the discussion, and that government needs to be more transparent, accountable, inclusive and responsive to the needs of Saskatchewan families, businesses and communities.